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Northern Sunset 2


Northern Sunset 2
Photo Information
Copyright: Torbjorn Williams (TBW) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 94 W: 28 N: 200] (846)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-01-21
Categories: Sky
Camera: Canon 350D, Canon 24-70 mm f 2,8 L-USM, SanDisk Ultra II 2GB, UV Filter
Exposure: f/5.0, 1/250 seconds
Details: Tripod: Yes
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Theme(s): Arctic Sunlight [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2007-01-22 10:17
Viewed: 4544
Points: 14
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
#2 in the "Northern Sunset"-serie. This is a picture taken towards the north-east. These peaks stand up from the flat valleys and hills in the area. The sunlight seem to accentuate the summits. They are probably great fun to climb, for those who like that sort of sports! This mountain range leads on northwards into the beautiful Lyngen Alps for those of you who are familiar with the area. I will try to find the actual names of these mountains, as I currently dont have them.

Photo data:
Exposure: 1/250s
Aperture: f/5
ISO setting: 200
Focal lenght: 70mm
Filter used: UV-filter
Support: Tripod
Shutter release: Wire remote
Time of day: 12:56pm
File format: RAW

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To Aramok: HorizonTBW 4 01-23 12:24
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hi williams,
nice shot of lovely mountains,
well composed with fine pov,
nice effect of light,
well done,
tfs & regards
pankaj

Very beautiful winter landscape with the sunlight kissing the peaks of the mountains in the background, Torbjorn.
I wish you had posted a larger version (LP) of it even though my effort to do the same today has left me disgruntled. I tried it following all the norms, but ended up getting a raw deal in the bargain. The cursor on my original post indicates LP but when you click it, you get a dud. Some technical glitch :-(!
Thanks for sharing this lovely image.
Ram

What a wonderful view you have caught there. the light catching the mountain snow is excellent.

I was wondering if you have any where the horizon is not so central?

TFS
Emma

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  • Bufo Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 404 W: 69 N: 951] (4247)
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Hi Torbjorn,
I like this one as well, showing the wideness of the area. I should be able to know where it is, but it doesn't ring any bell yet. I keep on following your series.
Regards, Jacob

What wonderful light you captured here Torbjorn. I like it very much.

TFS
Evelynn : )

Hi Torbjorn,
Beautiful light on this amazing landscape. Great composition in this panoramic croppping. I saw your last post (#1), but was out of points and was searching back to find it when I saw this one. Both arte amazingly beautiful scenery!
Scott

Hi Torbjorn,
Before reading any of the comments and looking at the workshop the same came to my mind. The horizon is really too centered and makes me hard to focus on a specific point. I feel moving it up makes the mountains become taller as well.

The scenery and light are beautiful.

TFS
Niek

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